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CSPAN
Mar 27, 2011 2:00am EDT
. prior to that, he was iraq's ambassador to the un. he addresses the current situation with other muslim countries and what the future holds for the region. this is just over an hour. [captioning performed by national captioning institute] [captions copyright national cable satellite corp. 2011] and earlier this month >> >> i welcome you to this lecture. part of an ongoing partnership between the baker center, but this lecture offers us a special opportunity to engage in a conversation with his excellency ambassador samir al- sumaida'ie. >> well done. [laughter] >> about who is the ambassador to the republic of iraq to the united states and will talk about a very important question -- is iraq still important to the u.s.? i would like to extend a special welcome to two former united states senators, and to former united states ambassadors who have joined us for today's lecture. one of the two senators is senator howard h. baker jr. [laughter] [applause] [applause] who hails from a great state of tennessee. served in the senate till 1985, having served both as a minority leader and
RT
Mar 30, 2011 8:00pm EDT
look like from the front lines nathan sassaman was a former commander of ground troops in iraq he told me what some of the key differences are between iraq and libya and why he thinks entering libya was a mistake. well there were in the bridge of the withdrawal failure period in iraq and you know we have to be out of there by twenty eleven and there's going to be a cause and effect that goes along with that withdrawal and on the flip side i think in libya just from my personal knowledge from two thousand and three two thousand and four there's going to be a period of time are you trying to figure out you know who's in charge who's really genuine who's really interested in the goals of the future of libya and then who is really corrupt and out for selfish gain. and you're not going to gain that from bombing them twenty thousand feet above the air or last you're going to only gain that from from boots on the ground and and frankly there's not enough out there right now to justify sending american sons and daughters into into harm's way in video when they can you talk about you know
RT
Mar 2, 2011 9:38am EST
united states invaded iraq and afghanistan. but in these new wars the car bomb became the key tactical battlefield weapon. militarily the us invasion of iraq was a perfect blitzkrieg. in just three weeks and allied force of three hundred thousand defeated an army of a half a million seizing a country the size of california for the loss of just one hundred thirty nine men. i know. but this stunning victory turn once coalition forces occupied iraqi cities. the car bomb became king of the road. former u.s. marine colonel thomas hammes served in iraq and is a leading military analyst. what did the car bomb mean for iraq. i think the car bomb changed the basic tactical situation in iraq successful counterinsurgency is based on being among the people close to them when you start bombing and you start to withdraw both government forces the police in iraq and u.s. forces in behind bomb barriers you cut off communication the people the car bomb separated the government from the people and at the same time inflict casualties so was the other big piece of an insurgency and other words convince th
RT
Mar 30, 2011 7:00pm EDT
fascinating as a retired united states army officer he was stationed in iraq in the early months of the war he's also the author of this book the warrior king priam betrayal of an american commander in iraq. i don't know if the let's talk about what's going on here what have you put this in some practical terms the intervening the airstrikes the support of the rebels what will come out of this what will thanks christine for having me on. i think right off the bat we need to have some very clear military objectives probably some very good follow on objectives and an exit strategy i don't think anybody feels comfortable with a whole trifecta. of reasons right now you know we we look around to what else is going on in the world we can point to things here at home of course unemployment the economy the breaking down of infrastructure but you know we can't ignore what's going on in these other wars that we're involved in just yesterday in iraq i targeted and sophisticated attack into create this is of course the hometown of former dictator saddam hussein and fifty people were killed incl
CSPAN
Mar 22, 2011 8:00pm EDT
will hear from iraq's ambassador to the west. today the special representative from the mission and afghanistan said the priority will be afghan lead security forces. later, joe biden talks about fixing high school dropout rates. >> beginning april 1, we will feature the top winners at the c-span stood in camera competition. they submitted documentary's focusing on a topic that help them understand the role of the federal government. meet the students it created them. trim all the winning videos any time online at studentcam.org. >> now conversation on u.s./iraq relations with the ambassador to the united states. this was a knoxville, tennessee and earlier this month. >> we value this very much. this offers as a very special opportunity to engage in a conversation with his excellency. >> well done. about q is the embassador whitby ambassador into will talk to less about a very important question. is iraq still important to the u.s.? before introducing the ambassador formally come out like to extend a welcome to former unitedd states senators. they have done this for today's lecture.
RT
Feb 28, 2011 10:00pm EST
forward with statements regarding all of these protests except for those going on in iraq who want to know why do you ask has been so quiet when it comes to iraq in particular maybe it has something to do with our several year involvement and war in this country last author michael o'brien next the richest of banker turned prisoner speaks out bernie madoff made several claims in his latest interview including one saying of the entire government is a ponzi scheme so is he just spreading the blame or is this con artist right we'll talk about it with richard ask also how much will the u.s. be directly affected by the conflict in libya do americans realize that supporting democratic revolutions may end up hurting their wallets we're going to hash it all out with our chief financial correspondent lauren lyster then the hacktivists have struck again after concentrating their efforts on defending weekly leaks anonymous has expanded and recently they attacked a web site for the koch brothers group americans for prosperity and now they've added more groups to their hit list and we want to know
WHUT
Mar 3, 2011 8:30am EST
with what you told me. i asked about iraq, back in 2008. i want to start with what he said about iraq and the transition to afghanistan before we come back to this new book, "the wrong war." winning it in iraq now means what, as you define it? >> it is a level of stability with violence that the iraqis can handle without us and without the country falling apart or getting under the control of iran, and we're just about there. that is quite different of saying we're going to have a wonderful democracy. that is not our business. i hope that my book is a warning to anybody. if you read this book and understand how hard we had to work. now we have both presidential candidates saying we have to do more in afghanistan, and i am saying, i am all in favor of that, but let's have our eyes wide open about afghanistan because it is one to be even harder than iraq. tavis: afghanistan harder than iraq, that is what you said in 2008. the good news is that we had different suits and ties. the bad news, for me at least, i am not so sure that things are any better in afghanistan. the bad news is
RT
Mar 2, 2011 1:00pm EST
was iraq it's looking very dangerous news looking quite possible that they will launch such an attack with or without un approval so we're looking at almost a repeat of what happened in iraq and indeed the results will be largely the same but not every country is getting that treatment and libya is not the only african nation in turmoil somalia's drop out conflict has been called a slow genocide but there's little sign of u.s. or european military input and it's a similar story. this side of the continent there are events unfolding right now in ivory coast where there is also conflict an armed conflict between rebels and the government but nobody seems to be thinking of that it's only because fashionable attention is focused on libya oil but also for the political implications of the middle east as a whole as we all know the west including my own country britain has got its hands very dirty with the libyan leadership over recent years dirty with black gold libya has the largest proven oil reserves in africa more than three percent of the global total and there could be a lot mo
CSPAN
Mar 17, 2011 1:00pm EDT
iraq book. they projected a minimum of $3 trillion in costs. i ask unanimous consent to put into the record, mr. speaker, a statement that i made eight -- over eight years ago on -- at the beginning of the iraq war when i pointed out there was nothing, no reason why we should be going to war in iraq because there was no proof that iraq had weapons of mass destruction. the speaker pro tempore: without objection, so ordered. mr. kucinich: i mention that in terms of this debate because we are at the confluence of events, the anniversary of the iraq war, the confluence of the funding of the war in afghanistan. we got to get out of afghanistan. we got to get out of iraq. we got to start taking care of things here at home. i yield back. the speaker pro tempore: the gentlelady from florida has 5 1/2 minutes to close. ms. ros-lehtinen: thank you, mr. speaker. and i'm pleased and honored to yield the remainder of our time to the gentleman from michigan, mr. mccotter, a member of the financial services committee, a former member of our foreign affairs committee, and i'd like to remind my good
CSPAN
Mar 6, 2011 4:00pm EST
the deadliest fighting in iraq and the psychological damage that members sustained after completing multiple tours they are. mr. philipps spoke at the national press club here in washington. >> i'm here not to talk about an issue of the story of my hometown recently. i grew up in colorado springs outside of ft. carson published a large army base that had around 32,000. when i was growing up in the 80s and had a lot of friends doing military families they are getting deployed generally meant they be spending. it was not a bad gig when i was in colorado springs as and adult i started working for a newspaper in colorado springs and been deployed meant going to the sunni triangle to the sunni triangle to the sunni triangle pesch river valley, places that you send a fairly good chance of dying every day. it is not something that i ever knew about were it was my job to know about. my job at the newspaper had the sweetest gig in the world. they hired me and there was a job today in colorado. they hired me as their ski writer. and in the summary do things like mountain biking and climbing m
RT
Mar 30, 2011 6:00pm EDT
. involvement is asked and now we're handing that what's on iraq to our eyes take the lead and i'm very skeptical that it that's going to correspond to the facts i think he overstated it and i think it's also clear that this point of supporting the rebels as opposed to purely protecting innocent civilians is certainly a visual rhyme with n.b.a. alliance particularly with nato i mean we have the u.s. u.k. and france are prepared to take a much more aggressive position other nato members germany for instance turkey are much more strict. standoffish and i think this is one of the reasons why we've seen now the lay and then a nato takeover of command of the operation i was going to take a quick break and throw to story here looking into you know politically financially whether the u.s. really can afford this or t.r.t. the i.c.c. into a canal shows us the price tag of being involved in battles in three different countries or four or five depending on how many counts at once. the u.s. has cultivated in fan of evil events with which it invades nations one or two or three locations change the l
CNN
Mar 9, 2011 3:00am EST
administration, rumsfeld on iraq, weapons of mass destruction, and the aftermath of two wars. >> there are known knowns, there are known unknowns, that is to say we know there are thing we know. and there are unknown unknowns, things we don't know we don't know. >> that is then, this is now. donald rumsfeld in his own words. this is "piers morgan tonight." >>> mr. secretary, welcome. thank you for coming in. i want to start probably obviously with libya, extraordinary scenes involving muammar gadhafi who, he pitched up at a hotel in tripoli, said nothing to reporter. just came in and left soon afterwards. seeing the pictures now, bizarre scenes. you were a middle east envoy for the united states. when you see what's going on, not just in libya now but also in the middle east, do you quite believe it? >> well, you can. i mean, you think of the growing population, the large number of unemployed, mostly young people, and i guess it's not surprising that people now today they have facebook and twitter and cable television and they can see the opportunities that exist in other countries. and th
FOX News
Mar 29, 2011 12:00am EDT
attack us? >> 26 million is more like it in iraq. i think clearly he needed to go to congress. if he ever went to congress and president obama was senator obama he would vote against his own resolution. >> sean: this is the point. finally -- look, this weekend -- we are going to show this in the next segment. defense secretary gates said the attack is not of vital interests to u.s.. >> the way you have to look at this attack is, it is one more thing that obama is on the hook for. colin powell said you break it, you own it in cautioning. >> president bush about going too iraq. think about the things obama is on the hook for. if oil price go up, anti-oil drilling. terror attack weakness in terms of the terror policies. if egypt blows up and becomes a muslim brotherhood state, the fact that he encouraged that rebellion. if libya resorts to ongoing violence he's on the hook for that. of course for the economy. you just have -- you have so many outcomes that can undo him. i believe he's taken the first step into quicksand. when you back -- when you say your rational is you are going to pr
CSPAN
Mar 25, 2011 7:00am EDT
when bush went in iraq -- host: did you support -- caller: they were outraged. now everything is so good and they approved. we are broke -- the money that was spent -- a million dollars apiece -- host: did you support the effort in iraq when president bush did -- when president bush announced that? caller: no, i sure didn't. host: michael on the democrats' line. caller: i just want to say it religion not matter whether you are a republican, democrat, or id pay -- it really should not matter. this is a time we should stand behind the president and his decision to send troops to libya. gaddafi is a dictator who killed many of his people. i am glad president obama has heard the libyan people's cried. we need the united states. we have experience with the war. the best experience the military. i am glad obama has gone over there to help the people. i sit here in a small town in northern maine and i watched the news and i see these people being slaughtered and as an american i can say i am proud of our present stepping up. it just shows he is a leader. host: let us take a listen to secre
RT
Mar 21, 2011 12:30am EDT
three invasion of iraq. meanwhile russia has called on allied forces to refer to refrain from using indiscriminate force it has stressed it is unacceptable to use the un security council mandate for purposes other than protecting civilians. coming up next it will cross talk to peter lavelle and his guests to discuss if the sunni shiite conflict is actually behind the ongoing unrest in the arab world. for the full story we've got it for. the biggest issues get the human voice face to face with the news makers. can. stand. alone mean well going to cost our guy peter lavelle the divide within islam the shia and sunni the saudi invasion and suppression of the shia majority in bahrain again highlights how sectarian differences can inflame passions and impact the geopolitical order in the arab world and how will these divisions be played out as the arab awakening continuos. can. discuss the prospects for the arab awakening i'm joined by juan cole in an arbor he's a professor of history at the university of michigan in cairo we go to he somehow he's a fellow at the center for research in e
RT
Mar 2, 2011 5:00am EST
point man for not really going to iraq in the first half of this year and more interest in trends and it. also was the soviet union's first and last president celebrates his eightieth birthday look at his legacy as the bad report of russia on the part towards democracy. from our studios in moscow you're watching r t thanks for joining us now a series of blasts have reportedly rocked the libyan capital as colonel gadhafi continues to hold on while several towns near tripoli are now in the hands of the opposition but wait this is say that one of them has come under air attack and the forces loyal to gadhafi have retaken a nearby oil facility meanwhile the u.s. is flexing its military muscle moving its naval forces closer to libya and triggering speculation of possible strikes but the u.k. is also involved ruling out the use of force by international storm is gathering over the libyan leader with the u.s. is spending big. untruth from its own rights council also calls for a mass humanitarian evacuation for people caught up in the crisis or as world class amounts are to reports on whe
RT
Mar 14, 2011 4:00pm EDT
rather different perspective michael prysner is an iraq war whether veteran an antiwar activist who joined us to join us from the los angeles studio and here in washington we have the founder and president of less government seats and not lee now gentlemen we have quite a bit of time for this so i do want you to express everything you have to say but one at a time please then i'm going to start with you bradley manning villain or hero of villain for sure if you kill three again i'm. one of them are there if he's convicted of what he's been accused of he should get be executed for sure that is a capital offense the amount of information some of the high security some of the admin some of the information but yes i definitely think that if he's guilty of all these things he should definitely be executed and michael prysner same question villain or hero. well absolutely he's a hero what bradley manning has revealed is this web of lies around the wars in iraq and afghanistan and around us foreign policy as a whole and i think i think it's very important for us to focus on with the releas
RT
Mar 15, 2011 5:00pm EDT
the first place. you want to get off the streets or. the work. and life after afghanistan and iraq we're going to take a look at a valid up more veterans seem to be fighting this one about homelessness. good evening it's tuesday march fifteenth five pm here in washington d.c. i'm lucy catherine of anyone watching our t.v. now feeling our focus on the latest situation out of japan officials have confirmed that radioactive material materials leaked into the atmosphere following an explosion and a fire at a reactor at the fukushima nuclear power plants there now the fire is said to have damaged an area used to store spent nuclear fuel dangerous radiation levels have flourished upin to order some one hundred forty thousand people to seal themselves indoors now just how this crisis will unfold remains to be seen but when you fear and scrutiny over nuclear power is of course certain but what happened to investment in science and innovation indeed it seems like we're only willing to spend money on new technology in times of war join us a little later this evening as our t. explores how co
RT
Mar 21, 2011 8:30pm EDT
into different groups the largest grouping either with iraq or are actually looking for a constitutional monarchy as your previous guest said there is a smaller set of groups but smaller in number that are actually calling for a republic all together to. demand that the royal family step down within the bahraini government as well there are different forces at play between the different parts of government and they don't all see eye to eye on this so to play it up as a more sectarian divide i think is simplifies the matter beyond comprehension for us stephen that's a very good point and you may have gotten to this point a little bit quicker than i anticipated how much of the difference between the two different takes the sunni and the shia being played out in media as to in regard to what is actually going on on the ground is it just oversimplifying it for everyone or is it really spot on. no i think that it definitely plays a very important role because the gulf cooperation council the troops that went into boxing were actually from five different countries away. the unit
PBS
Mar 17, 2011 12:00pm PDT
. ambassador to the united nations ambassador to iraq, and ambassador to afghanistan. also here, rob malley. he is a program director for the middle east and north africa at the international crisis group. i begin with john negroponte. so where are we, and what are our options? >> well, i think where we are is we have a resolution pending before the security council with respect to the imposition of a no-fly zone, but if we're going to do that, as an international community-- i take mrs. clinton's comments to heart that we're not going to do this alone, we have to do it on a multilateral basis-- but we better act fast. time is running out. >> rose: why has it taken so long to get this under consideration? >> well, i mean, i think there's been kind of a reluctance here to, once again, get out in front. we run the risk of being accused of acting unilaterally without sufficient international support and sanctions. so i think that's probably the main reason. >> rose: what should the united states do? what should the united nations do? >> i think first we shouldn't have done what we did, if we d
RT
Mar 21, 2011 5:30pm EDT
shia power in the area there's already been disruptions in iraq a monk she is there protesting against the investment of bahrain and frankly what i'm seeing on my internet is she is in progress not she is in the united states she is in other parts of the world are very very alarmed very upset are protesting about this and frankly i don't think they're trying to turn it into a sectarian conflict but i think for them it has very loud sectarian residences one point in your first response to my first question is that what you thought it was a tragic mistake we're hearing that from other members of the panel here what do you mean tragic mistake being the division is already there in the in the islamic world and we heard iran being brought up here i mean this goes back to the geo political implications that i was trying to kind of tease out of you guys a tragic mistake is it really about geopolitics. well i don't think it's mainly about geopolitics although there are attempts to inject geopolitics into it the better it she. worries on the whole or there are other schools that's a sch
RT
Mar 23, 2011 12:30pm EDT
in iraq you think it's a good way of snow yes although they say me do you think that khadafi should remain and that he should be bombing his own people in committing atrocities as your own people is that would you know i don't think i'll just let me let me say show me that i had sammy going to let me finish you you interrupted me i didn't hear the gaddafi is a ruthless dictator but it's for the libyan people to overthrow gadhafi just like it's for the egyptian people to avert a throw mubarak for them but i need people to overthrow their king bahrain is a small island about six hundred thousand barrel a nice they are being killed tortured nurses and doctors are getting arrested prevented from treating the injured it is the headquarters of the fifth fifth fleet of the united states is practically the u.s. colony so did tons move in out the behest of u.s. support where is where is the protection of civilians in bahrain where is it in yemen this this war on libya is not about qaddafi it's not about the libyan people it's about controlling a very strategic country. rich. three that suppl
RT
Mar 12, 2011 9:30pm EST
iraq have complained about depleted uranium related illnesses and accused by the pentagon and the british ministry of defense of a coverup up next to meet some of the veterans who are suffering. my own assessments. of the fall should i stick them on my wall functions but. i'm not sure if they remember each and every one i was always tired headaches would never go away. very sensitive to light as far as i am but the pain was just unbelievable and we believe up like you know like fetus is in the bed in case. i do have the. friend i made sure he desires i dunno we've lost all desires i'm not as active as it used to be here and it's apparent to talk about that. fiend just go well surely i mean some doctors niggling pains noone again they should have to ration to gain entry and all the same a tremor was caused by the depleted uranium that was better than the truth. with his in the office they keep bringing up the issue that is not really. it's there bring something else all you're getting on the guy or. girl word so anything they just tell you can he lies to cover up for the worse. for
RT
Mar 8, 2011 4:30pm EST
recent iraq war he blames d.-u. minissha for most of the medical problems connected to the war. the casualty rate for vietnam was crushed only seven percent eight percent of those who served here will look at it over one third are now casualties already over thirty percent of every one of the services now so bad off medically that they have to request permanent medical care and permanent pensions from the u.s. department of veteran affairs that's an incredible number. look pentagon has ended up saying that there is no danger at all from depleted uranium while some activists claim that it is the world's threat roquet like many activists in the n.t. do you camp have been on both sides of the fence first as a member of the military establishment supporting the official line and then the against it here's the you that's one hundred twenty millimeter to you on this little wound them up that's one one hundred twenty millimeter to you oh this isn't a little number ok. so they say it's sixty percent net less radioactive they totally ignore the other half of the paragraph that i wrote they t
FOX News
Mar 7, 2011 4:00am EST
on the wars in iraq and afghanistan. is america any safer today because of the actions? was it worth the loss of so many of our basic freedoms. was sadam hussein really a threat to the united states. former u.s. ambassador mark beginnin ginsberg. stewart barney on what it will do to the price of oil. >> direct impact cut off of some or ail of the oil from libya. >> will they oust the dictator qaddafi? if they do what's next? also fox news's juan williams on the brewing civil war and republican party between tea party years and big government like the speaker of the house. all of that and freedom fighters chris connor, lynn paramore, matt welsh house republicans are claiming they want to cut social security. is all of this hot air or is real entitlement reform on the horizon? it's clear big government republicans need a dose of these principles. that government is that which governs least. the people are entitle to do a government that stays within the confines of the constitution the constitution was written to keep the government on the people's back. rumsfeld, williams, connor, par
RT
Mar 2, 2011 2:00am EST
we could see a repeat of the iraq war run up. shifting priorities says the unrest in the middle east and north africa is shaking the world america's foreign policy is changing course along with it. and the light sweet crude has broken the psychologically important one hundred dollars a barrel mark and we'll see more and we'll have more analysis in business. as the soviet union's first and last president celebrates his eightieth birthday we'll look at his legacy as the man who put russia on the path towards democracy. coming to you live from our studios in moscow you're watching r.t. thanks for joining us now the u.s. is flexing its military muscle moving its naval forces closer to libya triggering speculation of possible strikes where the u.k. is not is also not ruling out the use of force and meanwhile the u.s. has suspended libya from its human rights council after the violent crackdown against protesters let's get more on the situation in the region from our teams are all for peter the international community certainly is convening on what's going on in libya but could just walk u
RT
Mar 2, 2011 9:38pm EST
is our u.s. military and if we were to say you know we're going to end the war in iraq we're going to end the war in afghanistan we're going to bring people home i mean we're spending over a thousand dollars a gallon to get gasoline into afghanistan to our soldiers why because the cost of transporting it there which is being done with diesel fuel and gasoline jet fuel i mean at what point do we say this is not it's we're going to strip the strategic value of oil the same with the danes are doing it building a fleet of electric cars are going to strip the strategic value out of it by simply making it no longer the thing that ninety eight percent of our transportation is running on but instead make it only ten twenty thirty percent of our transportation and we can we can and to let ourselves. there. is time for a daily pull your chance to tell us what you think publicans have a new tactic to try to win back the white house in two thousand and twelve and that's to kick president obama off the ballot in several states eleven states in our nation are now considering legislation that would
CNN
Mar 30, 2011 7:00pm EDT
less money than iraq or afghanistan. if they commit to that backseat role but then gadhafi sits there, don't they need could to come back and say never mind, we need to up this? >> yeah, i think they're facing increasing dilemma unless the regime cracks from within, that's the hope. then i think we're increasingly looking at a stalemate or gadhafi strengthening himself because the rebels are so disorganized and if we do begin to supply them with weapons they'll have to be trained. that takes time. this has turned into a very tough situation on the ground and, you know, you have the distinct feeling here, john, without knowing for sure that the administration and the nato nations really don't know which way this is going to go. they don't have any -- they don't have a much better sense of this than we do and sitting here looking saying how is this all going to end? i do think the president increasingly has a dilemma and sold us this the american people as a defensive action and humanitarian action yet it's becoming increase will goly clear to succeed it will take more. interestin
FOX News
Mar 30, 2011 5:00am EDT
about the iraq war? just five days ago congressman weiner says he regrets voting in favor of it even though one of the great tyrants in history saddam hussein was captured and killed. wiener also opposed staying in afghanistan where the taliban has slaughtered thousands of people then there is nbc the uber liberal network. not anymore. listen to this comparison of obama and bush. >> as for the differences between him and george w. bush, define sharply tonight at one point in his speech in terms of why the u.s. would not make it the goal of our war in libya to topple the dictator there allah iraq. >> bill: again, are you kidding me? president obama said time and time again qaddafi has to leave. right now u.s. planes are bombing qaddafi's forces degrading his ability to defend himself. there is no question our military is being used for regime change in libya and any honest person knows that unfortunately on the far left there isn't much honesty, is there? now, on the right there is anger about president obama not taking the lead in libya. >> and u.s. interests can't just mean validati
CSPAN
Mar 2, 2011 11:00pm EST
committee. then a hearing on preparations for the state department to take over iraq operations for the military. then a libyan leader muammar gaddafi blames al qaeda for the uprising in his country. on "washington journal," we will talk about federal spending priorities with jim moran and daniel webster. we will discuss the role of nonprofit organizations with tim delaney. "washington journal" is live every day at 7:00 a.m. eastern. a couple of live events to tell you about tomorrow on c-span3. homeland security secretary janet napolitano testifies about the budget request at 9:30 a.m. eastern. mexican president felipe calderon is in washington for meetings with president obama. you can see that live on c-span3 at 4:00 p.m. eastern. this trip comes three weeks after gunmen killed one u.s. agent in mexico. >> mit american history professor is on "book tv" this weekend. she has written several books. her latest was published last year. join our conversation with pauline maier on c-span2. watch previous programs at booktv.org, critique -- redefined the entire schedule on lun. >> hillary c
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